It's nearly December (and you know what that means)..

I cannot believe this time next week it will be the last day in November. As ever I am whirling like a dervish as TWHFCo wreath workshops move ever nearer. My diaries for 2016 and 2017 are filling up at a scarily alarming pace. I am just about to type a quote for May 2017... Crazy I know, but I am blessed with gorgeous 'in love' couples wanting a bit of the magic and drama I love to create with my flowers. 

Before I dash off to apply myself to some more 'wedmin' I wonder what do you consider to be the best season in which to marry? Are spring and summer still considered to be the premiership seasons? What about autumn or winter?

Having just had THE most beautiful run of weddings, I put it to you that autumn has a magic all of its own; the colours, the ambience, the romance of candlelight, fallen leaves, deep earthy tones. And that’s not all, there are also the muted and delicate dusty greys, muted mauves and lavenders to soften those vibrant purples one always associates with the "turning season".

With the beauty of autumn still ringing in my ears, I have put together some mood boards for inspiration which I hope, you will agree show the myriad of possibilities this vibrant season has to offer.